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Many early household artifacts were originally from Europe, brought over by the settlers.
Locally made household artifacts were created from wood, iron and tin.
Hand-operated tools and utensils were in use prior to 1947, when hydro arrived in the area.
The larger, logging and agricultural artifacts were often hand-hewn or locally made, and of original design, characteristic of the ingenuity and resourcefulness of the early pioneers.